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KUALA LUMPUR: Chinese diving coach Yang Zhuliang could remain a part of the Malaysian set-up – if former world champion Cheong Jun Hoong (pic) qualifies for the Tokyo Olympics.
PETALING JAYA: At just 22, national bowler Rafiq Ismail has won every major title that the world stage has to offer – well, almost all. There is one title he is pining for.
KUALA LUMPUR: When former squash international Mohd Nafiizwan Adnan retired last May, the former Asian champion was offered a job as national coach. He turned it down, saying he wants to concentrate on his business.
KUALA LUMPUR: National men’s singles shuttler Leong Jun Hao has been given a big role to play for the first time after two years - and he hopes to deliver.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Karate Federation (Makaf) are in a hunt for a technical director to strengthen their coaching set-up.
PETALING JAYA: While waiting for the National Sports Council (NSC) to approve Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress’ (MTBC) plans for 2020, its secretary-general Maradona Chok says the national bowlers will still stay active in the lanes.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Karate Federation (Makaf), in a bid to re-invigorate their youth development, are planning a shake-up in their coaching set-up. One of the first things to do will be to move the kata team training centre in Penang to the Klang Valley.
PETALING JAYA: The future SEA Games gymnastics competition will have to follow the rules of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).
HIS Eurasian features seemed to be weathered after years of tireless service but when Stephen van Huizen speaks about hockey, the years fall away. His eyes light up with enthusiasm, reflecting nothing but his passion for the sport.
FOUR national sailing athletes bound for the Tokyo Olympics will battle it out in several competitions abroad as part of their preparations for the world’s biggest sporting event in July.